Google Trips

Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place

#4 Product of the MonthSeptember 2016
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7 Reviews4.3/5
Wow, it just took a few seconds after login to retrieve all my past trips, even if some were made three years ago. Impressive ( but a little bit scary too ? 😳 )
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@raphaelameaume Gmails and Google knows everything!
@raphaelameaume this isn't work for me. I just come back from Sri Lanka. And its make me sad :-(
I love the idea of this app. But I wish I could "Share" the trip with my family. Currently it seems you can only take trips by yourself :)
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Hi @stephancastro ! Take a minute to check out our application. Faros lets you share the saved places with your friends and family! https://www.producthunt.com/post...
I used the beta version during my europe backpacking trip and it was a lifesaver. On the day before I travel, I download the city for offline usage and I know I am more or less prepared. It provides all the critical information (currency/ transport options/ emergency contact no.), and a good starting point to survey all the popular places - all in one app. Oh, and it automatically all my trip reservations for accommodation and transport.
@leejien Hey Jien, We have just launched Mitty, which will be a good addition to having Google Trips. Mitty allows you to access all essential travel services when travelling around the world: https://www.producthunt.com/post...
I used this in beta, its pretty handy
This might be competitive to the recently announced Airbnb Live There down the road (no pun intended).
@rrhoover thought the same thing!
@rrhoover just wait till they get your Google Flights in there. Companies like Skyscanner could be properly hurt. Inbox by gmail is also powerful to see your trips with their cards. It made me stop using Tripit in an instant.
@bjorn_bakker @rrhoover Same thought - just used Inbox during a recent trip and was super handy. Wonder if Google decided to spin the Trips tab of Inbox into a dedicated product based on seeing some success with it.